> xvdj 202:144 1 931.5G 0 disk > ├─xvdj1 202:145 1 1G 0 part > └─xvdj2 202:146 1 930.5G 0 part > └─Templates 253:0 0 930.5G 0 crypt > > When i ls ~/Templates it shows nothing.
You have successfully decrypted the partition, but not mounted to "~/Templates". > I guess part of my problem is that LVMs make no sense to me, or more > accurately confuse me so the accessing LVM logical volumes is where my > understanding decreases precipitously - I thought I was using an AppVM > but LVM does not seem to be automatically discoering my LVM config? The commands you are looking for are `lvscan` and `vgscan`, which should populate the LVM disks in your `lsblk` output above. For the private volumes, you should be able to then directly mount them with `mount /dev/qubes_dom0/vm-<vm name>-private /<location to mount to>`. So if you want to mount a VM called "vault" to "~/Templates" it would be `sudo mount /dev/qubes_dom0/vm-vault-private ~/Templates`. At this point, your files from just the VM "vault" are available in "~/Templates". -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "qubes-users" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it, send an email to qubes-users+unsubscr...@googlegroups.com. To view this discussion on the web visit https://groups.google.com/d/msgid/qubes-users/26a3cb8e-aed1-832c-4339-873c21a11bd4%40undef.tools.